Seniors Begin Planning for Life After June 3rd
by Hanna Houck
With June 3rd quickly approaching, many seniors are focusing on paying those AP fees, getting that one borderline grade up, and getting acceptance letters from their school of choice.
To some seniors the thought of graduation and moving on to life after high school is a scary step, but most seniors are counting down the days until they get to begin the new chapter in their life.
Some seniors are headed straight to college next year to advance their studies.
“I am going to Washington College and I plan on majoring in Business Management and playing basketball,” said Maia Harper.
“I will be attending Bridgewater College in Virginia and running track,” said Chloe Ferguson.
“I am going to be at West Virginia University next fall,” said Carson Purcell.
“I plan on advancing my musical career at Berklee College of Music and I’m extremely excited,” said Tyler Richmond.
“I will be going to Cedarville University in Ohio,” said Erin Ashley.
“My plans after high school are to attend Hood College and major in early childhood education,” said Emily Zimmerman.
“I will be double majoring in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at the Coast Guard Academy,” said Valentina Whelan.
“I’ll be attending Coastal Carolina and majoring in Marine Science,” said Demi Colbert.
“I am planning on majoring in Petroleum Engineering at West Virginia University,” said Ian Covert.
College bound students spoke excitedly about their plans for after they walk across that stage. Their four years of hardwork and dedication to their studies is surely paying off.